Back in Cleveland: Jose Calderon will work for the Cavs in a front office role

2022-01-14 16:59
Credit: AFP – Scanpix
Credit AFP – Scanpix

As reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Cleveland Cavaliers are hiring former Spanish point guard Jose Calderon to a front office role. 

Calderon retired from basketball in 2019 after playing his last NBA season with the Detroit Pistons and since then he has been working for the NBPA, the NBA players' association. 

This will be a return to Cleveland for Calderon, who played for the Cavs in the 2017-2018 season, reaching the NBA Finals. 

2-pointers this season

54%
27,6
Points made: 27,6
Accuracy: 54,1%
Place in standings: 15
Record max: 40
Record min: 16
Most made 2FGs: Jarrett Allen

With the Spanish national team, Calderon won three Olympic medals, one World Cup, and four Eurobasket medals, including a gold one in 2011. 

It's still unclear which type of role Calderon will have but with the recent contract extension signed by GM Koby Altman and the good performances that the team is having, it looks like there's room to grow in Cleveland. 



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